Permitting Update: Alberta, Canada

All of the facets in the politics of gravel were on full display during a two-day property rights tribunal this week, involving landowners adjacent to proposed and active pits just north of Cochrane, Rocky View County (RVC), and McNair Sand and Gravel Ltd.

The Land and Property Rights Tribunal (LPRT) was called to hear the appeal of the decision by RVC to approve a development permit to McNair and Buckley Ranch Aggregate Development Inc. (BRADI) to extract 300,000 tonnes of gravel per year from a site east of the Shell station on 567.

Read the story in the Cochrane Eagle.

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